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Saving an md2, md3, and ms3d

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I am making a model editor, I want to be able to save md2, md3, and ms3d. I was wondering if anyone knew of anyplace that had tutorials or even sourcecode(C or C++) on saving these. Thanks, Nuke

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www.gametutorials.com has got demo on md2 and md3. You could just read those and write a save algorithm.

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(am a little drunk so forgive any typing errors and suggestions

reversing a fuction is a great way to learn something.
if you understand how/why/when etc to load the md2 etc
writing it shouldn't be to hard to understand, and the added
coding work (trial and error) will do you (and anyone else)
good.

sorry if this doesn't make sense tonight ;-)



[edited by - Jarhead-- on August 28, 2002 1:14:01 AM]

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